Since 2007. Today we call Fairfax, CA home.
The label was started by Jon and Mimi Fee (aka The Fees or Mijuanito). No strangers to the indie label circuit, Jon (of The Things of Youth, The Rum Diary and Shuteye Unison) and Mimi were responsible for creating the “translation. music.” compilation series back in 2000. The hand-packaged compilations were a huge success and helped launch the careers of indie rock darlings: The Velvet Teen, Xiu Xiu, The Dropscience, The Robot Ate Me, The Rum Diary, Desert City Soundtrack, and many others.
Daniel Mckenzie (of Identical Homes, Shuteye Unison and The Rum Diary, and schoolmate of Jon) joined the team to help with package design, audio engineering and running this web site.
When we are not making supporting music, we are out recreating in the wild lands of California and beyond. See us in action »
Our mission is to build a community of like-minded musicians and fans, release passionate indie-pop/ noise-rock albums and support organizations dedicated to making our planet greener.
Parks and Records in the Press
Glide Magazine – “Indie Gone Eco”
Plenty Magazine – “Greening the Music Industry”
East Bay Express – “Greening the Music Industry”
Our Demo Policy
Listen to what we are releasing. Send us an email. Tell us what you are doing. If we think we can help, we will be in touch.
A percentage of all sales go to non profit organizations dedicated to protecting our parks and the like. See the list of organizations that we have donated to in the past.